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Anime Vs Cartoons What Is the Difference?
In this one-time class students will learn to answer the question "What is anime?" they will learn about how to spot anime, what is NOT considered Anime, Anime and cartoon history, what makes Anime so unique, and how to draw an Anime face.
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Students will learn what Anime is, what it is not, and how we can tell the difference between an American Cartoon and Anime. Some anime history is explained We will cover what are the names of different Anime genres? Why do some American Cartoons seem like Anime? Why does" Avatar the Last Airbender" seem like both an Anime and a Cartoon? What is a custom? What are some customs we see in Anime that make it especially Japanese? This class lecture uses slides and is conversationally...
This class is taught in English.
Students will improve their understanding of what is Anime and how culture affects the design and storytelling Students will learn how to draw in Anime Style with extra time, and make independent choices
I'm a school counselor and understand the importance of subtlety. I took classes on cultural respect for grad school.
#2 or lighter Pencil, paper for drawing and writing, eraser. Note taking paper if you want to remember the information it's not needed though!
50 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Please encourage your child to participate before class, participation includes, answering or asking questions, and when drawing showing their work to get help. Younger learners may not understand the content. Strongly recommended youngest joining is age 8. We discuss stereotypes, i do not ask students what stereotypes they know, as that may not turn out well. We simply discuss the definition, Anime, cartoons,NYC stereotypes, and why stereotyping can limit our understanding of people and places.
Lori EspositoCartoon, Comic Artist, and School Counselor!
1872 total reviews
1712 completed classes
Hi, my name is Lori Esposito, I graduated from the School of Visual Arts and earned my BA in Cartooning. Additionally, I am a M.A. certified school counselor and ready to adapt to all learning needs! I teach art and socio-emotional development...